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The end of the road? Motor insurance in the 2020s and beyond


Where: Webinar - Link will be shared with registered delegates on the morning of the event

Registration: 10:25 on both days.

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  • Members: £49.00 + VAT

  • Associate Members: £49.00 + VAT

  • Platform Members: £49.00 + VAT

  • Workplace Platform Members: £49.00 + VAT

  • MGA Associate Members: £49.00 + VAT

  • Partner: £49.00 + VAT

  • Non-Members: £99.00 + VAT 

The ABI's Motor Insurance Conference will now be run as two webinars over two consecutive days. Both days are included in the price of the event. 

Registration for this event closes at 17:00 on 3 November 2020.

Wednesday 4 November 2020

Where are we now and what does the future hold for motor insurers?

Time: 10:25 – 11:45 (registration 10:20) 

The first webinar of the ABI’s virtual motor insurance conference will explore the major trends emerging (in the short and medium term) of COVID-19, including the human and business impact on insurers and the wider automotive sector. It will invite predictions for the long-term trajectory for the industry, from risk and customers to products and processes. Participants will engage in a detailed discussion about how current and emerging trends and disruptions will impact the industry, including the impact of the UK’s departure from the EU and within the context of the recent case of Lewis v Tindale.

Thursday 5 November 2020

The latest tech trends and how motor insurers will need to evolve

Time: 10:30 – 12:00 (registration 10:25) 

The second webinar of the ABI’s virtual motor insurance conference will consider how the insurance sector can evolve to fit consumers’ need for multimodality, and discuss the regulatory implications of and challenges to providing multimodal transport solutions and associated insurance products. Participants will also explore how insurers can maximise the benefits of connectivity to provide new products and services that can improve customer retention and satisfaction.

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Keynote speakers:

  • Rachel Maclean MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Transport
  • Dominic Clayden, CEO, Motor Insurers' Bureau
  • Jim Holder, Editorial Director, What Car?

More confirmed speakers:


Who should attend?

  • Underwriters who want to get a better understanding of how technology may impact on the risk profile of the motor insurance market in the future.
  • Claims professionals who will need to attribute liability and recover losses where appropriate as well as adapt claims processes to the changing nature of mobility.
  • Legal professionals advising on road traffic accidents, subrogated claims and product liability issues.
  • Anyone with an interest in the future of the automotive sector and insurance.

Why should delegates attend? 

  • Understand the long-term prospects of the motor insurance market.
  • Learn how evolving vehicle technology is changing the industry.
  • Gain an insight on how European legislation may impact UK insurers after Brexit.
  • Take advantage of 3 CPD hours with this CII accredited conference.

What will delegates learn? 

By the end of the event, delegates should be able to...

  • Discuss what lessons the industry has learnt from the disruptions caused by Covid-19 and how this may impact business in the future.
  • Understand recent trends and developments in vehicle and cyber security.
  • Describe how the various aspects of motor insurance coverage and claims issues may change after the end of the Brexit transition period.
  • Explain the ways that the wider automotive sector needs to collaborate to enable the future of mobility in the UK.

Event registration closed